pseudoparesis

pseudoparesis

 [soo″do-pah-re´sis]
a conversion or nonorganic condition simulating paresis.

pseu·do·pa·re·sis

(sū'dō-pă-rē'sis, -par'ĕ-sis),
1. Synonym(s): pseudoparalysis
2. A condition marked by the pupillary changes, tremors, and speech disturbances suggestive of early paretic neurosyphilis, in which, however, the serologic test results are negative.

pseu·do·pa·re·sis

(sū'dō-păr-ē'sis)
1. Synonym(s): pseudoparalysis.
2. A condition marked by the pupillary changes, tremors, and speech disturbances suggestive of early paresis, in which, however, the serologic test results are negative.

pseu·do·pa·re·sis

(sū'dō-păr-ē'sis)
Condition marked by pupillary changes, tremors, and speech disturbances suggestive of early paretic neurosyphilis.
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Gerber, "Treatment of painful pseudoparesis due to irreparable rotator cuff dysfunction with the Delta III reverse-ball-and-socket total shoulder prosthesis," Journal ofBone and Joint Surgery A, vol.
In recent years, the indications for RSR have expanded to include proximal humeral malunion and non-union, acute fractures, revision surgery after failed hemiarthroplasty (Boileau et al 2006, Wall & Walch 2007), reconstruction after tumour resection of the proximal humerus (de Wilde et al 2003), and pseudoparesis of the shoulder (Werner et al 2005).
Clinical outcome of reverse total shoulder arthroplasty combined with latissimus dorsi transfer for the treatment of chronic combined pseudoparesis of elevation and external rotation of the shoulder.